As promised.. as soon as I got all of the icons matching and looking the way I wanted I would post my screen shots. and here they are. Page 2 is empty because its where I will be putting the weather. Page 4 is my default page, which makes everything no more than 3 finger swipes away.
I plan on developing my own icons, and theme in the near future... but this is how it looks for the time being.
@reg66 Will you compile and link to the themes and icons in the first post as they become available? I think that would save people a lot of fumbling through a plethora of posts, as I'm sure this thing will grow.
@Teacher - Will you include my Accuweather, and Weather Underground icons in the pack when you're done?
And for the rest of you, here's my own attempt at creating my own theme using Gimp This application rocks! This theme is based on the trailer I used to live in (no trash jokes!)! Ahh, the memories...
Great themes qkzoo and much appreciated as I know how much effort needs to go into producing them from my own experience with Obsidian
I agree, a link to each of the themes in the first post would be very useful
Question, maybe you can help me answer. I was working on my Paper theme, and wanted to change the notification bubbles to something else. I had it all done and installed it on my phone, but the numbers didn't show up through the bubbles. Any ideas why that might be? I'm scratching my head right now.
Edit: Nevermind, I think I just figured it out.
Bummer, looks like I just generated a request. The bubbles by default have a white font, that it doesn't look as if you can change. I'm going to contact the dev. and see if he might include this in a future release
Edit: Ok, pretty sure I'm happy with Paper as it is now. I polished them up a bit and re-posted them above in the original post. I originally wanted the notification bubbles whitish in color, to match the theme, but since you can't change the font color for those yet, I just made it blue. Looks pretty good in any case (at least for me doing it it does!).
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22 Sep 2014
By Tomek Kondrat
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